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Examining Barriers to Articulation Maintenance

The goal of this project is to investigate the barriers faced by institutions and articulation committees in regularly updating and revising articulation agreements listed in the BC Transfer Guide, in order to provide clear, actionable solutions for removing or reducing those barriers.  Recommendations should be specific, achievable, and go beyond simply suggesting a greater allocation of resources.  Learn more.

Deadline:  June 30, 2020. Contact:  Mike Winsemann, Director, Transfer & Technology

Articulation Committee Project Funding Program

BCCAT encourages the development of flexible and innovative transfer arrangements among BC post-secondary institutions and seeks to minimize inequities and difficulties faced by students and institutions, recognizing there may be constraints on credit transfer, and transfer-related issues that are specific to particular academic disciplines. The Articulation Committee Project (ACP) funding program provides funding for articulation committees to conduct research into issues affecting transfer and articulation in their discipline(s), or to develop new types of transfer agreements. Learn more.

Deadline: August 21, 2020. Contact: Mike Winsemann, Director, Transfer & Technology

Contemporary Issues in Student Mobility

Research is a significant component of the work of the BCCAT. The Council is committed to facilitating a more comprehensive understanding of credit transfer and student mobility in the ever-changing BC post-secondary environment. For this reason, BCCAT coordinates a wide variety of research projects to inform and support institutional planning, procedures, and policies, and to enhance educational opportunities and experiences for BC post-secondary students. BCCAT's Research Committee invites faculty, staff, and graduate students from member institutions of the BC Transfer System to submit project proposals for research contracts. Learn more.

Deadline: tbd. Contact: Anna Tikina, Research Officer.